I'am from Germany have ordered it for 729€ there is one for 685€ but waiting time 3-4 weeks.
Man that a lot of cheese
Originally Posted by kyuuki
Here my results.
Initial brightness 445.77 cd/m² = 90%
Initial to much green color by me(After calibration have the AG271QG good colors).
No dead pixels.
To much BLB.
IPS glow not much.
The AG271QG have a yellow tint at the screen bottom good to be seen on white bg.
Uniformity is screen center 100% and on the left and right screen end 90% think is like acer.
Have ordered a acer to that have no blb and minimal ips glow.
Will use the acer but the aoc have better ips glow just blb is bad will use both for a week and see if blb and ips glow gets better.
I was really hoping this would be different too but my wallet thanks you.
And this is the exact issue I have with these things, I'm not the pickiest person when it comes to things like that but at this price point I expect something damn near perfect. These monitors, any of the 144hk IPSs really, have far too many issue to justify the prices they are going for. Im somewhat inclined to get one of the korean specials and take my chances with that. It seems you have similar chances of getting a good or bad monitor and they are less than half the price of monitors of similar spec.
Looking at these pics, this is definitely a M270DAN02.3 panel. They all look like this uniformity-wise. As expected. Thanks for the pictures.
What does this mean, its the same panel as the asus or acer equiv spec monitor, or both?
Also interested to know whether it suffers from the 'vertical line down the middle' issue, or has already shipped with the updated firmware from Nvidia fixing it... awaiting test results ! (Hard to test for it though as I understand it has random chances to appear, but hopefully we'll start to hear in the next few days from owners after heavy usage whether it happens or not).
And there is the CROSSOVER 2795QHD...which is well established here...it doesn't do 144hz but it generally OCs to 95 to 110..whouch should be close enough...
I'm still on the fence about them myself..there are plenty of disadvantages to the koreans, but I also find it kind of asinine to spend 7 or 800 dollars on a monitor..and then when I do spend that I have to send it back 2 or 3 times because they have terrible QC.
What I was really saying is that there aren't a lot of options out there. Either you pony up the money for something thats got bad QC but all the features you want and hope to get lucky...or you give up those features..buy a korean and hope to get lucky....